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Solution: Predict which substance in each pair has the greater molar entropy: a) butane, CH3CH2CH2CH3 or 2-butene, CH 3CH=CHCH3 b) Ne (g) or Xe (g) c) CH4 (g) or CCl4 (l) d) CH3OH (l) or C 2H5OH (l) e) KClO3 (s) or KClO3 (aq) f) Na (s) or K (s)

Problem

Predict which substance in each pair has the greater molar entropy:

a) butane, CH3CH2CH2CH3 or 2-butene, CH 3CH=CHCH3

b) Ne (g) or Xe (g)

c) CH4 (g) or CCl4 (l)

d) CH3OH (l) or C 2H5OH (l)

e) KClO3 (s) or KClO3 (aq)

f) Na (s) or K (s)